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0 / 75
ose populist Speeches.
The people were entertained
Wednesday by Messrs. s Baily and
Dockerj. Mp Bily spoVr first and
Oned himself, to tne nnancial
Mo3t of his speech wa3
0t netf to tho38 who Have heard the
1 A t
lgcuesion3 aunng me campaign.
We do not remember, though, to
v'ave heard any one say before that
j had dropped from a $52 per
tective tariff but a reafconable ! rate to a' populist of Republican. Cald 1
ne was 8tron?lv af?ainnt ftm
Kinley idea of a tariff. He
Mc- well made a miserable effort in try-
had ins to defend the resolution and hia
been in the South American States party, but Mr. Sims finally squeezed
ana tne islands of the West Iudiee, the admission from Caldwell that
and he asked 41 Why don't you trade the resolution was strictly partisan.
more with us' when they would say
you charge us a tariff higher! than
the price of our goods."
ne declared his aversion to the
Just what Mr. Sims means by his
attack upon his party and the ot es
who designed. the resolution, puzzles
them Tery much. The fight is
amusing and to the disinterested on-
Republican natinnnl nlaHyml TTo
- ffin-i I a 1-. j"""ui "i
P'wr. T. Uked tbe money Pk in the Demo- lookers followers of the canvass
He claiineu "r iuo xupu ice oratio D.atform. hnt tpfl A.. nf -vw.. , , ,,
creaic iui mC . the Toptilist platform better,
Democratic party, anu uitumea great wouM roQst Qn th p.!t)uli8fc
5 i' ;
SO he Mr Rinrifl waft. ARVftfl if ho wnnlrl
limb I nnfe mn s an lndpnpnilpnt ranflirit.p
- - -' r - -
! Sometimes u
apparently d e a t
man may be ro
vived may be re
times it is oftet i
hard to teli
whether the mat
is dead or alive.
We hear of people
who have oeea
buried alive. A
man must be cpm
letely pead before
ope should ot
abandoned. It used
to be true thai
when a man found
he had consump
tion, he gave up immediately. Consump
tion was considered a necessarily fatal dis
ease. It was considered incurable. As soo
as it developed enough so that a physiciar.
could decide that it wa really consumption
the "patient s considered as good as dead
Years aero. r. Pierce found out that con-
credit iur it. xx,0 till free Sliver W; realized, then he fn, Rheriff anH in nBron. h sumntion was not incurable, that it was not
flrU vehement sua 13 requliar for WnnlH ratnr! f tt,a T?Jv,i;rt . """"VJ""6i "w necessarily fatal. He not only found thh
ana yfc . .. , 1 4. hould return, to the Kepublican stated that he would let the public out, but he found out a way to cure con-
hl3 prOUUUUianuuo tuau uia rHnka Ami wnrfc wliro f . I . . . . , . , , , , .
Kelp Wanted- -reraale.
$10 to $18 per week .to Men and
Women lor easy home work. No
K8 or canvassing. no expeii-
ence. oua nde cner. JNo caicn
Send stamp, fdf work and jr rticn
lars. E. Herrman, 213 Somh Sixth
Street, Pniladelphia; Pa. c31
J F Huiley has the old 'teliub s
fenn Mutual Fire Insurance Com
pany. They write the be?t policy
on earlh. The most desirable at the;
least cost.; See the contract before?
taking iiisurance air 1 fire fnd ac;
dent insurance. ,
DCCKXllY S SPB.I.CH.
Mr. Dockery was introduced as
the Old War Horse of the Pee Dee.
After some words of greeting to the
people of Cabarrus he referred to
the great money question. He said
it was not a political question at all,
that it had "been unwisely thrust
into Dolitics. He declared himself a
Republican as eyer.
ranks and work wherever they pnt know what he intendeded doing on
him, but nintu they endorsed free Friday next, October 30, in No. 11
silver confound them. He
wanted to be 1 Governor, but
pressed he consented to run, and he
hated liKe the'd 1 to be cheated
IN SOCIETY'S REALM.
Did Ton Ever See a Cake Walk? Those
Tonne F61bs Who Er joyed the Un-
nsnal Sighrt ,
out of the election as the Democrats
had -done. .
He addressed the few colored peo
pie who he said had been told not to
go to hear him, and warned them NnTth Main street, their accom
He only placed agatn8t voing for Daniel Russell piished daughter, Miss Mary Mont-
a host of
At the palatial home of Judge
and MrF.vW J Montgomery, on
. 1. . . ? 1 J At
himstit wnere ne couiu wiem tne gaid wag a dangerous, evil de- gomery, entertained
swora tor iree BiiYer. ne aeqiarea sienlnSr man that would never for- friends Thursday night, the
that the Republican party had oeen gjve an injury, but would indulge ion being a .cake walk. The par-
the real friend to silver as he could his spite as lie had done iri calling ticipants in this novel amusement
and would prove beyond the possi- the negr0ea sayages' and thieves and were:. Misses Calawayr .Emma
bility of denial. He quoted ex other vile name8 and declared they White, Lizzie oung, Fannie
tracts from speeches of many lead- trJ be allowed to vote. He Young, : Willie Bichmond, Salhe
1QK nepuoiicaus agaiobt tee ueuiuu . n- , fr - RnRSftu wnnlfi irwin, isajeiie xicuuiuuu,
Bumption. He introduced his Golden
Medical Discovery." The " Discovery "
rill cure 08 per cent, of all cases of con
sumption if it is taken according to direc
tions. Consumption is a disease of th
blood. It "i caused by impoverishment of
the blood, and by the existence of disease .
germs in the system. If the body is per
fectly Strong and healthy, and the blood
perfectly pure, germs are easily thrown off.
If the body is weak, if the tissues are in
capable of much resistance, the germs find
a resting place and develop. That's the
way consumption begins. .
The 44 Golden Medical Discovery "
searches out the germs, forces them out
of the system and cures consumption and
other kindred diseases of the throat, bron
chia and lungs. No doubt about it, no q ues-
tion about it. It has done it in hundreds
and thousands of case. The "Discovery
a sold at drug stores. ; - .
The People's Common Sens
Medical Adviser, in plain En
glish, or Medicine Simplified bj
R.V. Pierce, M. D. , Chief Consult
inz Physician to the Invalids' Ho
tei and Surgical Institute, Buffalo,
N. 1008 pages, illustrated
680.000 conies sola at $1.50. Now
sent, paper-bound, absolut Eii
frek on receipt of 21 one-cent
tamps to pay for mailing only
Address the - Author, as abovcw
The HorRan A Wrfjrht Gup nr.
The guarantee of rhe "ecod li' "
is broad enough to cover almcat an
kind of ailments and to ehnsv the
most exacting rider, but the line
must be drawn somewherp, and Mor
gan & Wright are tjymg 10 make it
known to riders everywhere that tho
guarantee does not cover . damages
resulting from the carrying of anti
leak preparations inside the tire.
By having as much air as possible
in the M. & W. quick-repair the
before putting U tool into ie
puncture, and folJown g , the few
other simple instructioris in tre."
alogne, a permanei t repair can be
made in" two minutes, at the road
side, without removing the tip from
etization of silver in whose company
not meet Quthrie or JVatson or any
he was in Congress and showed that , , , .
Republicanism had changed and not RPfi how huilAimr fan
Ramseur, Molhe Dodson, Janie
Richmond, -Nannie Cannon, Ida
Walter L. Alain's Circas.
For the above occasion at Salis.
He read from President Lincoln
ia 1865 that while the rebellion
was being closed in upon he saw
with dread that corporations were
tories would help the colored man. . ,
'. He said ithe' first vote 'Guthrie
cast, was for Bishop Hood, whom he
praised most highly and said when
ever Bishon Hood was in his neieh-
T "8 uv " . . . . T borhood he alwaye kept him in his s p ftld M, c . ?amjAia
thft and wa hPiner crar,hfrpfi ITilO I . . - - I ! " . :
o i i a l rt a l- i
Dodson, Addie Cannon, Mary Mon- , ', vu'"" Bu
, t, q. .ii Charlotte-Monday, October 26th, the
gomery ; Messrs. Edgar B ShernU, Sotathern Hallway -will sell tickets
C A Pamplin, Walter Thompson, R to Salisbury, at 90 cents and to
K Blacky iloiland Thompson, R L Charlotte at 85 cents for the round-;
Keeller, C L White, L M Marsh, trip. Tickets on - sale day ot the
Ed F White and C R Montgomery performance, limited dayaf ter per-
Mr. and Mrs. J P Allison, Mr. H lormaoce, d are . goou on e
vcstiuuic naiuat laeecugao win
please be prepared to make their
Dr. MllesJin Pills are guaranteed to nj
Headache in 20 minutes. "One cent a dose?'
the hands of the few. It seemed
prophecy then, it is reality now. .- It
was asserted by good authority that
50 men in New. York could in 24
boars stop the wheels of progress .'in
every important industry in the
He ridiculed the apsertion that' in
the da j s cf greenback currency that
inflation-had reached a point that
bad rendered it a question. He
asked who ever heard of loo much
icflaucn of money ?
He strongly denounced the calling
iu of much of the greenbacks and of
i33uing bonds for thlm whose inter
est was to be paid in current money
whxh was afterward changed to
He asserted emphatically that the
act of '73 was surreptitiously gotten
through unaware to President Grant3
J G Blaine and James A Garfield rs
to it3 effects to demonetize silver.
H3 held up McKinley in the bad
light of denouncing President Cleve
laud about lowering the price of
emvthiner but monev and now
- . . at
McKiDley is on the same line.
He said he knew McKinley per
sonally and like him, but that he
did not have back-bone enough to
roll over in a mud hole. He touched
up "Jeter" and quoted him as say
ing I am in favor of silver and be
heve it should be restored to its
former dignity. - He had changed
like if by miracle, but the speaker
thought it was not by miracle but
by an old cooter like Mark- HahnsT
He said if free coinage is not good
bow was it good six months ago
when Pritchard and his followers
were setting the woods on fire for it
in. the Western part of the State.
He said he was fn favor of a pro-
For Infants and Children.
-;- . . I
Mr. Sims anil tbe KcsoIuUon
The resolution drawn up and
roted by the conference commit
tees ct t ue l opunat auu xtepuui
cp.n partiss of this county, wnicn oy
. . i i - - .
v,e nay is the mopt parti??n, c lis.- Much praise is given
ii nrating scheme that has ever gomery as a hostess
- . I 1 1 J 1 A l.T
bc?n ceSAi-iiea ana pieaeiiieu iu tiif
public tas caused Mr. Sims and
other memosra or n;s parry to uisa-- lfita A11 druesista
s v j w c zjy
wfire the iudees, and at the con-
elusion of the walk it was decided
that Mr. Walter R Thompson and
Miss Sallie Erwin were the most
graceful, and "took the cake." Prof.
R LKeeslerand Mies Mary Mon.
gomery won the booby prize a pit.
Miss Isabelle Richmond got the
penny, and the ring fell to the lot
oi Mr. Ed. F White.
Dr. and Mrs. W C Houston, Mr
and Mrs. L D Coltrane and Mrs. J
B Sherrill were also present.
Th,e entertainment waa a decided
snc and w?- highly enjoyable.
M-2 ?.T- ' :
own change for aboe tickets.
AT C O S V
fl. B. CORRELL
fev - Clolliing - at - Gannon
s - & - Fe!
o-rAP. the 'Sheriff claiminsr the reso- mnrmv if it fails to cure. 25c. 14
3 - ' : ' i I -WW-wr
ki tion as a direct :thrust at him. The
No doubt about it: we are better fixed .1:6-
Take laxative Bromo Quinine Tab- miedJSS yUU ill OIUUU Lll limii-WtJ IlfclVtJ CVt?r
resolution reads : "The, conference
committee demands that no Populist
or Republican can be elected to any
office who will not - enthusiastically
Work for the co-operation ticket and
who will refuse to give employment
to members of the Populist and Re
publican parties when he has it in
his power to do so, but gives said
employmenr to members of oppos
ing parties,' The resolution is
signed by M H H Caldwell, J B
White, M L Buchanan J W Boger
and W O Coleman.
At the district school house in
S&ot r. Ballet Throiiffh H is Foot.
j Thursday afternoon Masters
Thomas C Johnston and Fred Ross
were handling a flobert riflo thr t
jreas out of fix at Morris & Son's
hardware store, when Master Fred
was shot Thorn ; had the gun in
his hand! and wr" sighting at a cer
tain spot on a barrel .r ' a target and
at the instance he .pulled .the trig
ger Fred raised his loot between the
muzzle of the gun and ba:rel. The
bullet penetrated the foot near the
ii ttlo nne. -:rhe"ihiurv is panful
but not serious. l i o " f
en s Suits , latest and
Boys' SuitSj latest and!
AMI t 1 ' ' ' 1 5 i 1 J v
uniioren s suits, laxes
township Thursday a fiery
Baeklen's Arnica aarre.
The Best Sal ve in the world for
discussion took place betwen Sher- Cuts, Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt
iff Sims and Morrison Caldwell.: Rheum, Fever bores, 'J'ettertt unappe
' J- w fKk-rpflnlntinTi Hands, Chilblains, Corns and all
aims BayB .uv H"""-gkin Eruptions, and positively cures I
intended as a thrust at him beoaoBeJo . F i
he employed Montgomery & CrowelJ, gnaHnteed to? give statisf action or
Cemocrats, as his attorneys, when a m0ner ref undedf , Price 5,-centa per
Populist lawyer was available, and box 'For sale at P.B Fetzer's lJrug
that he gave employment to Mr, M store : - . V;. " r '
M Gillon, a Democrat, in preference 'm Pain Pills etop Headache.
We : guarantee to rave yormone.